If you’re the parent or caregiver of a child on the autism spectrum, chances are you’ve spent your fair share of time searching for the best treatments for autism. You may have considered starting your little one on the GAPS diet, investing in a Therapeutic Listening program, and incorporating various sensory integration activities into your daily routine, and you might spend your evenings weighing the pros and cons of biomedical treatments for autism as well.

Developed in the 1970s, ABA therapy is a safe and effective treatment for autism, and while some children may show significant improvements in certain areas within a relatively short timeframe, intense intervention with ongoing instruction is often required. This can occur in both a structured and unstructured environment, which is why we’re excited to share some of our favorite ABA therapy activities with you. These can be enjoyed in both a clinical setting and at home, offering fun and innovative ways to engage with and teach your child.

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